April 2012

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Modern Kitchens of Buffalo

Schools for chefs, and the rest of us

Chef's choice / Chris Van Every

Chef's choice / Lennon Lewandowski

Hot 5: April 2012 / Lance Armstrong

At the Table: It’s more than the food

"Spree" writers and editors examine the little things that make up a dining experience

Chef's choice / Jim Guarino

Chef's choice / Bruce Wieszala

Chef's choice / Brenden Haggerty

Healthy Changes Everything —from the start

Contemplating the yoga revolution

Destinations: Springtime in the Smokies

Hot 5: April 2012 / Death Cab for Cutie

Get Outside: The view from the bottom

Gallery View: 11th Biennial CEPA Art Auction

Recordings: Dan Doherty

Protecting vinyl for Western New York

Classically Speaking: A BPC Spectactular

Chef's choice: Jamie Zynda

Chef's choice / Ross Warhol

Business/The Cash Mob phenomenon

Hot 5: April 2012 / Dining Out for Life

Media Watch: Blackout or not, a Sabres network is unlikely

Great Buildings: Corn Exchange

Sophisticated lofts at the old Corn Exchange

Game On: Experience Rochester hockey

Buffalo affiliate team keeps it all in the family

Hot 5: April 2012 / "Crisis!"

Sounds of the City: A farewell to the Big man

Classically Speaking: A Burchfield Feast of music

Chef's choice / Brian Mietus

Chef's choice / Chris Dorsaneo

Chef's choice / Jennifer Boye

Chef's choice / Steven Gedra

Artisans of the flesh

Q&A: Lou Petrucci

Back to school

Preservation Ready/Shea’s Seneca

A former movie palace still has possibilities

Gallery View: Nina Freudenheim Gallery

For the love of art

Hot 5: April 2012 / Making Faces

Onstage: Leading ladies

Some of WNY’s finest female performers take the stage this month.

The Broadway Market: Six weeks of love is not enough

April 2012: Broadway Market Slideshow

Fundraisers: From tuxedos to—yes—underpants

What We Want: Pierogi

Spree Insider: Books to eat, flowers to smell, runways to walk

April 2012: From the editor

We’ll Drink to That: My opening farewell

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